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Cape Town Bicycle Map

Cape Town Bicycle Map

Hey Cape Town cyclists, have you seen this yet? The Cape Town Bicycle Map was developed by the publishers of Mobility magazine and organisation Ride Your City, to encourage more people to use bicycles as a mode of transport.

MK is… any questions?

MK is… any questions?

An interesting campaign by Ogilvy Joburg’s content division, 1984 for M-net music channel MK. The unbranded campaign follows the lives of three characters online through facebook, twitter and a blog that’s updated daily with anecdotes, pics and video footage that take a gritty and honest look at South African youth and popular culture.

#SmileDammit

#SmileDammit

If you were driving on William Nicol near Bryanston High and Atlas Road, Boksburg on Thursday and Friday last week you would’ve noticed that the trees lining the road had suddenly bloomed big, colourful flowers over night. The mystery flowers got quite a bit of attention online with a few hundred tweets streaming in asking ‘who?’ and ‘why?’.

Toitoy Custom Exhibition

Toitoy Custom Exhibition

A custom vinyl toy show, featuring vinyl toys designed by local illustrators and designers, will be on exhibition on the Toitoy website from Saturday the 6th of August. Judging the sneak previews we’ve seen, these will be quite the collector’s items.

kulula car: Cruising 101

kulula car: Cruising 101

This just in from kulula: To remind people about the delights of flying, kulula.com has added a new set of wheels to its fleet of 10 trusty planes. But unlike its airborne sisters, this one-of-a-kind ride enjoys cruising the highways instead of the high skies.

Cheesy busts by FoxP2

Cheesy busts by FoxP2

Can’t get over this bizarre but brilliant idea by FoxP2. Here’s the background: We needed to recruit the top fifteen editors of South Africa’s most high-profile Health, Sports and Lifestyle magazines to spread the word about the natural goodness of dairy…

We Love You, Woodstock.

We Love You, Woodstock.

On Sunday the 10and5 team with Ricky Lee Gordon (Freddy Sam) from Write on Africa & /A WORD OF ART and some neighbourhood kids & their parents brightened up a wall and left a positive message in Woodstock, all thanks to Dulux. Here are some photos from the day and the final product.

Artist Freddy Sam and kids. Photo by Jonx Pillemer.

We’re painting on Sunday!

We told you about the Dulux, Write on Africa and Between 10and5 paint day, remember? The weather man says it’s going to rain on Saturday so to be safe we’re now painting on Sunday the 26th and would love for you to stop by!

1000 Traveling Names and a Donkey

1000 Traveling Names and a Donkey

How amazing are these women? The three of them, Gene, Jo and Shan are traveling 16 000 km (a third of the way around the world) across Europe from London to Mongolia in the name of charity.